Sustainable Waterloo Region has teamed up with Bereaved Families of Ontario and the city of Kitchener to invite the the public to plant a tree or shrub in memory of their loved ones.
Tech companies such as Meta and Google continue to disagree with newly passed law, Bill C-18. Online users have been voicing concerns over this controversial change.
Waterloo city council approved $25,000 of funding towards a disability charity’s initiative to build a fully accessible playground in Ward 4 on Monday. A locally based centre for child development says it may be the only one considered “fully accessible” in the region.
Menu prices are going up and little can be done by restaurants to combat the increases. Cambridge restaurant owner, Jason York, said times have been tough as they’ve been hit hard by rising costs.
The esports hub at the Waterloo campus is now fully up and running and open for general drop-in play. Spoke Online reporter Russel Evans takes you inside the brand new facility.
Throughout Waterloo Region on thousands came together to pay respects to active and fallen Canadian military veterans for Remembrance Day. While there was some light rain, that wasn’t going to keep people from coming out to honour our brave veterans.
The race for the open seat is a crowded field of five candidates, including former Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios, 2021 federal Green Party candidate for Cambridge Michele Braniff, and first-time candidates Nate Whalen and Corey Kimpson.
Under the tutelage of coach Gail King, kickboxer Nick Zarzycki sought to keep his one fight win streak alive and move to a 3-1 record. However, an unfortunate head clash ended the fight early.
It’s a three-person race for city council in Cambridge’s Ward 2 in the upcoming municipal election. Two young candidates, Piyush Nanda, 27, and Matt Rogers, 19, are hoping to unseat incumbent Councillor Mike Devine. Ward 2, which encompasses the village of Hespeler, has been represented by Devine since 2014.
The Conestoga Condors Women’s Softball Team lost both games of a double header versus Humber College on Sunday, Sep. 25, 2022 at Budd Park in Kitchener. While the team wasn’t able to get the result they wanted out there today, there is a lot for them to be happy about.
Gardening season has already begun for some residents of Waterloo Region and as the weather continues to get warmer, more will tackle their gardens. There are many ways to garden, even in small spaces. Things like hanging plants and split planters can help anyone dealing with small space. Many tips can help students shop on a budget, like splitting costs with friends.
The federal government unveiled Canada’s next steps to combat climate change with the 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan. This plan outlines steps to create a cleaner future for Canadians both environmentally, and economically. The goal is for Canada to reach an emissions reduction target of 40 to 45 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030, and net-zero levels by 2050. This is not Canada’s first kick at the can for climate change … Continued
June 3 is the day many people in the Hespeler community have been eagerly anticipating. The Hespeler Village Market returns after its two-year pandemic hiatus and organizers say it is ready to come back bigger and better than before. The market has been running since 2016 and takes place every Friday afternoon through late spring and summer. It consists of local vendors who can show up anywhere from once a … Continued
Golfers in Waterloo Region, dust off your clubs, because the season is just around the corner. As the weather gets warmer, golfers are closer than ever to getting their first COVID restriction-free season. Many golfers are excited to have a sense of normalcy in the sport, even though they were able to play through the pandemic. Local courses are preparing frantically as the tentative date for opening is April 8.